Writing Kenyon Twitter Poetry

There’s a bot for everything these days, and I was delighted to discover this week that someone much more technically savvy than I developed a bot that can scan any Twitter account and write a sonnet with its tweets. I took it for a spin to see how many English majors it could outdo.

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What if We Kissed In the COVID Testing Pods?

Yeah, there’s really no way to ease into this. With Covid, and masks, and trying your darndest NOT to spread germs, it’s gotten difficult (neigh, impossible) to do the smoochy smooch with another person. One could say that a lot of people on campus at this very moment are touch starved. Do not fret! I have the perfect solution to our collective struggle: the Covid testing pods.

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At Least Quiet Period Got The A Cappella Groups To Calm Down

Hello my sweet readers who have chosen to click on this evocative headline. Well, it’s that time of semester for us here at the Thrill, we’re resorting to a cappella content in order to cash in on the demographic of people that both care about a cappella and dislike it. As a disclaimer I must admit that I sing a cappella on occasion, but that doesn’t mean I can’t relate to all you cool jaded college students who can’t just let people enjoy their hobbies. So, I thought I’d talk about one of the upsides of the most recent mandatory two weeks of student time-out. 

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